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Tabu Ley Rochereau, -2013

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    • Rochereau, Tabu Ley, -2013
    • Ley Rochereau, Tabu, -2013
    • Tabu Ley Seigneur Rochereau, -2013
    • Tabu Ley, -2013
    • Ley, Tabu, -2013
    • Rochereau, seigneur, -2013
    • Rochereau, -2013
    • Tabu Pascal, -2013
    • Pascal, Tabu, -2013
    • Tabu Pascal Rochereau, -2013
    • Pascal Emmanuel Sinamoyi Tabou, -2013
    • Tabou, Pascal Emmanuel Sinamoyi, -2013
    • Sinamoyi Tabou, Pascal Emmanuel, -2013
    • Pascal-Emmanuel Sinamoyi Tabu, -2013
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    • Death Date

    • Birth Place

        Bandundu (Congo : Province)
    • Death Place

        Brussels (Belgium)
    • Associated Locale

        Belgian Congo
    • Associated Locale

        Congo (Democratic Republic)
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          • Sources

            • found: His Babeti Soukous, p1989:label (Tabu Ley Seigneur Rochereau; Tabu Ley) notes (Seigneur Rochereau)
            • found: Graham, R. Da Capo guide to contemporary African music, c1988p. 193 (Ley, Tabu; aka Rochereau; b. 1940, Bundundu, Zaire; singer, composer; Tabu Pascal; Tabu Pascal Rochereau)
            • found: LC data base, 09-03-92(hdg.: Rochereau, Ley)
            • found: New York times (online), viewed Dec. 11, 2013(in obituary published Dec. 7 Tabu Ley Rochereau; b. Pascal Emmanuel Sinamoyi Tabou, in what was then the Belgian Congo; went by simply Rochereau, a school nickname, when he sent his first songs to Joseph Kabasele, the leader of the pioneering Congolese rumba band Orchestre African Jazz; renamed himself Tabu Ley Rochereau after the regime of Mobutu Sese Seko changed Congo's name to Zaire in 1971 and called for the nation to reclaim African "authenticit√©" from colonial influences; d. Nov. 30, Brussels, aged 73 or 76 (sources differ); Congolese singer, songwriter, and bandleader whose music spread across Africa and the world; referred to in article as Mr. Tabu)
            • found: Wikipedia, viewed Dec. 11, 2013(under Tabu Ley Rochereau: Pascal-Emmanuel Sinamoyi Tabu, better known as Tabu Ley Rochereau; b. Nov. 13, 1937, Bagata, Bandundu, Belgian Congo; d. Nov. 30, 2013, Brussels; African rumba singer-songwriter from the Democratic Republic of the Congo)
          • LC Classification

            • ML420.L5355
          • Change Notes

            • 1992-09-03: new
            • 2013-12-13: revised
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